Recently, a video went viral showing prominent BJP politician and Union Home Minister Amit Shah driving a Tata Safari with the licence plate 'DL1C AA 4421' to the BJP headquarters in Delhi. The video triggered a lot of rumours and discussion on social media.

The videos and pictures of Shah's vehicle with the unusual licence plate have gone viral on the internet, sparking a wave of responses from users. The number plate has been seen by many social media users as a subliminal tribute to Shah's continuous dedication to carrying out the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).

One user reacted on the popular video, saying, "The message is plain," while another agreed, saying, "The number plate on the vehicle says it all."

The viral number plate's timing is especially notable because it coincides with conversations about the Ministry of Home Affairs' intentions to enact the CAA laws. As the Model Code of Conduct (MCC) for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections approaches and preparations are made for the implementation of the CAA, rumours have surfaced about the possible symbolic meaning that Shah's licence plate could be conveying.

The Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) was enacted by Parliament in December 2019, however it hasn't been put into effect yet. Nationwide demonstrations and debate have been sparked by the controversial character of the legislation and worries about its possible connections to a national registry of citizens (NRC).

Apart from the controversy surrounding Shah's car licence plate, there has been media coverage of the BJP's Central Election Committee (CEC) meeting in Delhi. The presence of Amit Shah at the meeting, along with JP Nadda, the president of the party, and delegates from sixteen states, highlights the party's readiness for the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired the CEC meeting, which was intended to determine the party's nominees for the next elections and to underscore the BJP's strategic orientation in the face of a political environment formed by discussions over the CAA and other important topics.